Politics

"And that’s exactly what he wants," said Walter Shaub, the former head of the U.S. Office of Government Ethics.
Clinton is the second person to back out of the event amid activist anger that Trump's former homeland security secretary will be speaking.
Awarding himself the multimillion-dollar G-7 contract clearly violates federal law, former prosecutors say, but Trump can't be prosecuted as president.
Gov. Kasich, Rep Rooney and other Republicans have started showing signs of discomfort with the Trump administration's changing defense in light of the impeachment inquiry.
The last time the White House aide was nabbed using her job for partisan politics, she responded: “Blah, blah, blah ... Let me know when the jail sentence starts.”
Pulling out of Syria is a "grave strategic mistake," the Senate majority leader warned in an op-ed.
State Sen. Kate Bolz's congressional district has been held by Republicans since 1964. She wants to change that in 2020.
The outgoing Energy Secretary insists the impeachment inquiry "lacks any legitimate constitutional foundation."
She hit back at Clinton's suggestion that the Hawaii congresswoman is a Russian asset.
A Black security guard told a student not to call him the n-word. Then he got fired under a zero tolerance policy.
The CNN political analyst and Washington bureau chief for American Urban Radio Networks said she didn't realize it was a fundraiser.
Eight Empire State lawmakers now back the Vermont senator’s Democratic presidential bid.
Sens. Sherrod Brown, Ron Wyden and Gary Peters called the decision "another outrageous example" of presidential misconduct.
The White House acting chief of staff’s comments seemed to undermine the core arguments that Trump and his advisers have made against the effort to oust him from office.
The location, in the shadow of New York's dirtiest power plant, is a deliberate choice by the senator and his campaign.
Fortune's Most Powerful Women Summit "should not be giving Kirstjen Nielsen a platform to rehabilitate her image," says dream hampton.
The Ohio Republican said acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney's admission of a quid pro quo on Thursday pushed him "across the Rubicon."
The CFPB, a federal consumer finance watchdog agency, was created as part of the Dodd-Frank legislation in response to the financial crisis.